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to demand, you are contributing more to this problem or as much to this problem of the big deficit. >> government cannot create wealth. come on. we have come out three years where government by spending massive amounts it could create jobs and create wealth and you've seen that. >> history is full of examples. reagan saw tax cuts and growing economy. clinton years saw tax hikes and a growing economy. but don't confuse with causation it's cumulation of trillions of goods, services and money. no one person, no president and no economist can predict with certainty where a tax policy leads. wrong predictions are a foundation of economic study. >> the size of economics is looking what the unintended consequences. >> one unintended consequence is tax on luxury goods in the early 1990s. the law imposed extra taxes on jewelry of $10,000 of cars of over $30,000 and boats of over $100,000. it was seen as a way of raising revenue by targeting people that could most afford it, the wealthy. the pleasure boat industry laid off 19,000 blue collar workers. so economists offer answers but few guara
went to that were big money because i grew up in a middle-class home, it cost $22,000 to go, you played tennis and eight food. host: there are pictures this morning that showed a couple of scenes from inside the white house. this is from "the washington post." this is a picture of first lady betty ford and her daughter susan. the description says, "the first lady and daughter susan killed time and the president's office in 1975. in 1980, the pair lost national breast cancer awareness month. mrs. ford became an awareness for early detection. " there's a picture for 1979 and this shows mrs. ford said in a longtime -- alongside liza minnelli and liza minnelli at studio 54. the next one shows mrs. ford, that she was quite the denser and loved to do so. those pictures are all found in "the washington post"this morning. we're talking about the passing of betty ford died yesterday. we are taking your comments and tweets on the subject. new york, republican line, go ahead. caller: good morning. i want to say a few things. i thought betty ford was very innovative and incredibly supportive and sh
: what is she encouraging him to do? what was her big policy? >> yes, back here. barbara? >> a big threat -- it's a big threat against israel. >> glenn: why? >> she is pushing what you call -- >> glenn: the responsibility to protect. what is that? this is why it's so hard. you're informed group of people. how many watch the show twice a week? easy. okay. you guys are an informed group of people. i notice you two didn't raise your hand. this is how they're succeeding. they're succeeding because first of all you look at this and you see all of the organizations and it's easy to say it's a conspiracy theory. when i say to you apollo alliance, most people don't know what it is. i say it's started by the tides foundation. the tides foundation really starts with george soros money and a bunch of other people. that started to change the tide in america. you probably know this better than i. started in the reagan administration to make sure the tide was changed in america. they were afraid. they said they have all the corporations. the right has all the corporations. how are we going to fight tha
was to take up big visas and assemble them in space was more and any year, and one year of space station construction was going to be more e. l. d. hours then had them witnessed by all a faring nations together. it exceeded it in one year. so there was really serious questions about the feasibility of space station freedom as design. the national academy of sciences again, the question is for scientific use of the space station. in fact there were explicit critical coming out of the space station particularly when some of the first trade-off decisions were made a large centrifuge that was going to allow the creation of all kinds of life science experiments. they call the marginal. we have the beginning of unhappy international partners, who had gleefully signed up to be part of the space station freedom program but as that program began to evolve and the interactions and the decisions they realize there were less partners and subcontractors and there was real unhappiness being expressed about that. and the planetary program and the great observatory programs have been put on hold for the
this was seen as big change there's a lot of continuity with what folks have put together before. there have been critics. as there have been at every major turning point in space policy. within six months we saw a bipartisan legislation in the works to move much of the administration's plan into law. congress passed it. dms it -- administration decided. was a critical step in our strategy for achieving the president's goal. it happen sooner than we ever fought possible. it is thanks to the leadership of senators nelson and hutcheso. it is thanks to the leadership of senators nelson and hutcheson and others in the senate. much work lies ahead that history is being written but there is some exciting stuff happening today because of the work these gentlemen have done and what nasa is doing today. is really exciting progress in space. in the coming months nasa is poised to announce more details on the heavy lift rocket that will eventually take man further and faster into space to places we have gone before including asteroids and beyond the earth/moon drill. yesterday there is an alpha magneti
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